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Monkey Island - A Pirate I was Mean't to Be
 
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This is hillarious. Probably my favourite part of Curse Monkey Island
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Monkey Island Theme Song - ["Pirates of the Caribbean" Style (DAVY JONES & HE IS A PIRATE)]
 
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The two greatest pirate stories ever told combined in one musical piece. What if the soundtrack of Monkey Island™ would have been produced by Hans Zimmer and Klaus Badelt? Well, here is what I think would have happened =) The epic orchestral cover of themes originally composed by Michael Land. The cover is based on: Lechuck's Theme The Secret of Monkey Island - Intro The footage is taken from "The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition" by Lucasarts Featured VST Libraries: LASS Bravura Scoring Brass The Musique Box by Soundiron Dulcimer and Zither by Cinesamples Hans Zimmer Percussion Rhapsody Orchestral Percussion
Views: 20202 TIVAN OrchestralMusic
A pirate I was meant to be HD
 
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A Pirate I was meant to be. High Definition HD The Curse of Monkey Island Lyrics: Haggis: We're a band of vicious pirates! Edward: A sailin´ out to sea. Bill: When you hear our gentle singing... Haggis: You'll be sure to turn and flee! Guybrush: Oh, this is just ridiculous. Guybrush: Come on, men! We've got to recover that map! Bill: That pirate will be done for, when he falls into our trap! Bill: We're a club of tuneful rovers! Haggis:We can sing in every clef! Edward:We can even hit the high notes! Haggis:It's just too bad we're tone deaf! All: A pirate I was meant to be! All: Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: Let's go defeat that evil pirate! Edward:We know he's sure to lose, ´cause we know just where to fire at! Edward:We're thieving balladeers. Haggis:A gang of cutthroat mugs. Bill: To fight us off ye don't need guns! Edward:Just really good ear plugs! All: A pirate I was meant to be! All: Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: All right, crew, let's get to work! Haggis: Our vocation is a thing we love, a thing we'd never shirk. Haggis: We'll fight you in the harbor. Bill: We'll battle you on land. Edward: But when you meet singing pirates... Guybrush: They'll be more than you can stand. Bill: Ooooh! That was a good one! Guybrush: No, it wasn't. Guybrush: Less singing, more sailing. Edward: When we defeat our wicked foe, his ship he will be bailing! Bill: If ye try ta fight us... Haggis:...you will get a nasty whackin´! Edward:If ya disrespect our singing´... Bill: ...we will feed ya to a kraken! All: A pirate I was meant to be! All: Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: No time for song! We've got to move! Bill: The battle will be long, but our courage we will prove! Bill: We're a pack a´ scurvy sea dogs. Haggis:Have we pity? Not a dram! Edward:We all eat roasted garlic... Haggis:...then sing from the diaphragm! All: A pirate I was meant to be! All: Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: I´m getting so sick of you guys and your rhyming. Haggis: We´re ready to set sail, through the cannons need a priming. Edward: We're troublesome corsairs! Bill: And we've come to steal your treasures! Haggis: We would shoot you on the downbeat... Edward:...but we have to rest five measures. All: A pirate I was meant to be! All: Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: Stop! Stop! Stop! Bill: The brass is what we'll polish and the deck is what we'll mop. Guybrush: You say you're nasty pirates... Guybrush: ...scheming, thieving, bad bushwhackers? Guybrush: From what I've seen I tell you... Guybrush: ...you're not pirates! You're just slackers! All: A pirate I was meant to be! All: Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: We'll surely avoid scurvy if we all eat an orange. Haggis: And...! Haggis: ...um... Bill: Well... Edward:...err... Bill: Door hinge? Edward:No, no... Bill: Guess the song's over, then. Haggis:Guess so. Edward:Okay, back to work. Guybrush: Well gee. I feel a little guilty, now.
Views: 203179 FrantACs
I Wanna Be a Pirate
 
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Guybrush wants to be a pirate. Was going to render in 2160p but I didn't have the patience. Audio taken from and based on The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition Song: The Scumm Bar
Views: 566056 Callegos
OC ReMix #2179: Secret of Monkey Island 'Pirate Shout' [Opening Theme] by audio fidelity...
 
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ReMixers: audio fidelity, Derek Meler, Eric Griffin, Marcus Affeldt http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR02179/ FREE at http://ocremix.org • SHIRTS & HOODIES! http://ocremix.org/store/ • DONATE! http://bit.ly/ocrPayPal Facebook! http://facebook.com/ocremix • Twitter! http://twitter.com/ocremix • Game: The Secret of Monkey Island (LucasArts, 1990, DOS) • ReMixer(s): audio fidelity, Derek Meler, Eric Griffin, Marcus Affeldt • Composer(s): Andy Newell, Barney Jones, Michael Land, Patric Mundy • Song(s): 'A Pirate I Was Meant to Be', 'Opening Theme' • Posted: 2011-02-07, evaluated by djpretzel Founded in 1999, OverClocked ReMix is an organization dedicated to the appreciation, preservation, and interpretation of video game music. Its primary focus is http://ocremix.org - a website featuring thousands of free fan arrangements, information on game music and composers, resources for aspiring artists, and a thriving community of video game music fans. For media inquiries (interviews, articles, conventions) or soundtrack development with OverClocked ReMix, please contact us! http://ocremix.org/info/About_Us Video by José the Bronx Rican (José E. Felix) http://www.bronxrican.com Additional direction by Liontamer (Larry Oji) OverClocked ReMix is a not-for-profit site that provides a ton of free music, which requires a ton of bandwidth and a pretty hefty web server. We need your help to keep the site running! • http://ocremix.org/store/ • http://bit.ly/ocrPayPal JOIN US: • http://ocremix.org/forums/ • http://facebook.com/ocremix • http://twitter.com/ocremix • http://last.fm/group/OverClocked+ReMix • http://youtube.com/group/ocremix • http://facebook.com/group.php?gid=2210239078 • http://groups.myspace.com/ocremix • http://orkut.com/Community.aspx?cmm=5991 • http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=teampage&teamnum=48303 Lyrics: Yo! Ho! Yo! Ho! Yo! Hey! Ho! A pirate I was meant to be Trim the sails and roam the sea A pirate I was meant to be Trim the sails and roam the sea Yo! Ho! Yo! Hey! Ho! A pirate I was meant to be Trim the sails and roam the sea A pirate I was meant to be Trim the sails and roam the sea Yo! Hey! Ho! A pirate I was meant to be Trim the sails and roam the sea A pirate I was meant to be Trim the sails and roam the sea Yo! Ho!
The Secret of Monkey Island (Part 1) "Guybrush Threepwood Mighty Pirate"
 
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►FOLLOW ME: https://twitter.com/katieplaysstuff Welcome to Melee Island! I am SO excited to share this game with you guys! I've loved these games ever since I was a little kid. Guybrush Threepwood is a pirate who gets himself into some crazzzzy situations. These games are crude, hilarious and down right strange. I really hope you all enjoy this series! KEEP IN MIND. These videos might be a little bit long due to the excessive amounts of cut scenes and talking. Bear with me, you don't have to watch it all in one sitting, you can always come back and finish it later! ;) Game bought on Steam: The Secret of Monkey Island (Special Edition) Developer: LucasArts Designers: Dave Grossman, Tim Schafer, Ron Gilbert
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Monkey Island 3 [OST] [CD2] #04 - A Pirate I Was Meant to Be
 
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►►► MORE SOUNDTRACKS ► http://gronkh.de/soundtracks ························································································· «MONKEY ISLAND 3: THE CURSE OF MONKEY ISLAND» Lucasfilm Games / LucasArts (1997) http://www.lucasarts.com/games/monkeyisland/ «THE CURSE OF MONKEY ISLAND OST» Music composed and performed by Michael Land
Views: 73554 GronkhOSTs
Pixel Pirates - Opening Theme (from "The Secret of Monkey Island")
 
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Released: May 10, 2017 Game: Monkey Island Original Creator: Michael Land Game Release: 1990 Homepage: http://pixelpiratesmusic.com/ Facebook: http://fb.com/PixelPiratesMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/pirates_pixel
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The Cancelled Monkey Island Movie - Did You Know Gaming extra Feat. Greg
 
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SUBSCRIBE for more cancelled media ► http://bit.ly/DYKG2_Subscribe Pokemon Easter Egg ► http://bit.ly/2hQFAMo Japanese McDonald's PS2 Games ► http://bit.ly/2wLqATI This time on Did You Know Gaming extra, we take a look at the cancelled Monkey Island movie and the franchise connections to Pirates of the Caribbean. Then we take a look at at an Easter egg in a Pirates game for the Game Boy Advance, followed by a look by an anti-piracy measure in Sid Meier's Pirates. Then we finish off the episode with an interesting secret in Disney's Mickey Mania for the SEGA Mega Drive and Genesis. Follow DYKG on: Dazz|Greg: http://bit.ly/TwitDazz Twitter: http://bit.ly/DYKGTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/DYKGInsta Facebook: http://bit.ly/DYKGFacebook Website: http://bit.ly/DYKGSite Sources/Further Reading: https://scummbar.com/movie/ https://tcrf.net/Pirates_of_the_Caribbean:_The_Curse_of_the_Black_Pearl http://bit.ly/2xAabBP https://tcrf.net/Mickey_Mania:_The_Timeless_Adventures_of_Mickey_Mouse_%28Genesis%29#Japanese_Lockout
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GUYBRUSH THREEPWOOD, MIGHTY PIRATE? - THE SECRET OF MONKEY ISLAND SPECIAL EDITION (ALMOST BLIND) #1
 
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Welcome to my almost blind let's play series of The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition. The Secret of Monkey Island is a classic point and click adventure game created by Ron Gilbert and Lucas Arts that sees wannabe pirate Guybrush Threepwood try to prove he can become a pirate and be ranked amongst the best of them! Unfortunately for him, things become complicated when the evil ghost pirate Le Chuck decides to kidnap Governor Marley and Guybrush decides he has to save her! This special edition includes remastered graphics and full voice acting! Join me as I play through the first in the Monkey Island series and relive one of my favourite games of all time! In this episode, we're introduced to Guybrush Threepwood and begin our journey to becoming a pirate! We head into the Scumm Bar on Melee Island and talk to the important pirates to discover how we can do it! Next Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-QLtLTMP4U Game Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKoQcABlBCdZodmt-f-_fI4qGZzrRAlj1 **SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL FOR MORE VIDEOS!** Contact me on social media by going to: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/TurianShepard Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/turianshepard Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TurianShepard Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TurianShepard The Secret of Monkey Island is a 1990 point-and-click graphic adventure game developed and published by Lucasfilm Games. It takes place in a fantastic version of the Caribbean during the age of piracy. The player assumes the role of Guybrush Threepwood, a young man who dreams of becoming a pirate and explores fictional islands while solving puzzles. The game was conceived in 1988 by Lucasfilm employee Ron Gilbert, who designed it with Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman. Gilbert's frustrations with contemporary adventure titles led him to make the player character's death almost impossible, which meant that gameplay focused the game on exploration. The atmosphere was based on that of the Pirates of the Caribbean theme park ride. The Secret of Monkey Island was the fifth game built with the SCUMM engine, which was heavily modified to include a more user-friendly interface. Critics praised The Secret of Monkey Island for its humor, audiovisuals, and gameplay. The game spawned a number of sequels, collectively known as the Monkey Island series. Gilbert, Schafer and Grossman also led the development of the sequel Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge.[4] LucasArts released a remake of the original in 2009, which was also well received by the gaming press. Like the original release, The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition received positive reviews from critics. Sean Ely of GamePro praised its updated audio, and said that the new graphics "blow the old clunker visuals ... out of the water". He cited its script, humor, plot, puzzles and balanced difficulty level as high points, and finished, "The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition is impressive, hilarious and downright worth your money."[67] Daemon Hatfield of IGN wrote, "Almost 20 years after its release, [The Secret of Monkey Island] remains a blast to play." He called the new graphics "slick, if a little generic", and noted that the "original graphics have a certain charm to them that the fancy pants new visuals just don't." However, he enjoyed the redone music, the new hint function, and the added sound effects and voice acting. He summarized it as "one of the best times you'll ever have pointing and clicking", and noted that "few games are this funny."[69] Justin Calvert of GameSpot noted that "the Special Edition looks much better and is the only way to play if you want to hear ... what characters are saying, whereas the original game's interface is less clunky." However, he wrote that "the voice work is such a great addition to the game that it's difficult to go back to the original edition." He praised its humor, writing, puzzles and characters, and he believed that it had aged well.[68] Eurogamer's Dan Whitehead wrote, "Purists like me will almost certainly find something to grumble about over the span of the game, but the overall impact of the redesign is undeniably for the better." However, he preferred the original game's Guybrush design, and believed that the new control system was "rather less intuitive" than the old one. He finished by stating that "few games can stand the test of time with such confidence".[6 TurianShepard is my YouTube gaming channel. I play lots of different games from old classics, to new releases. I'm a huge fan of point and click adventures games and FIFA. If there's anything you'd like to see me play, drop me a comment and I'll see what I can do!
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The Secret of Monkey Island Sword fighting!
 
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Subscribe, Comment and Like the video! Quick gameplay video of the insult based sword fighting, its quite funny.
Views: 34375 MAD
The Secret of Monkey Island playthrough [Part 1: Guybrush Threepwood, Might Pirate]
 
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Played and recorded by: NTom64 - - - This is a playthrough of the Ultimate Talkie Edition of Monkey Island. Old school visuals, Special Edition voices!
Views: 1364 HellfirePlaythroughs
"The Secret of Monkey Island" Movie Trailer
 
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Monkey Island Trailer Edited by Jonathan Williams Mega Monkey Remix by Amigamer Footage from Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean 1 and 2 Narration from LucasArts "Escape from Monkey Island"
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Original The Secret of Monkey Island Copy Protection Card Dial-A-Pirate
 
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For educational propose only :). Came with the original Game from Lucas Arts 1990 by Ron Gilbert. Great Game.
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Let's Play The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition 01: I Wanna Be A Pirate
 
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Welcome to The Secret of Monkey Island, the first game in the Monkey Island one of my favorite point and click adventure series of all time. I'll be playing the special edition released a few years back with new HD graphics and full voice acting! Here begins the tale of Guybrush Threepwood in his quest to be a pirate. Why? Because pirates are awesome.
Views: 1542 Thomal9
Secret of Monkey Island 'Pirate Shout' [Opening Theme] OC Remix
 
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Secret of Monkey Island 'Pirate Shout' [Opening Theme]
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Let's Play: The Secret of Monkey Island (Part 3) Insult Sword Fights!
 
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We meet some salty pirates on our travels and INSULT THEM. Because this is how you win at life, apparently.
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Monkey Island 3: The Curse of Monkey Island Walkthrough part 7
 
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Part 3: Three Sheets to the Wind Insult sword fighting. By this point, I'd already defeated some pirates and learned a few insults. Here's a list of all insults and comeback: Every enemy I have met, I've annihilated. With your breath, I'm sure they all suffocated. You're as repulsive as a monkey in a negligee. I look that much like your fiancee? Killing you would be justifiable homicide. Then killing you must be justifiable fungicide. You're the ugliest monster ever created. If you don't count all the ones you've dated. I'll skewer you like a sow at a buffet. When I'm done with you, you'll be a boneless filet. Would you like to be buried or cremated? With you around, I'd rather be fumigated. Coming face to face with me must leave you petrified. Is that your face? I thought it was your backside. When your father first saw you, he must have been mortified. At least mine can be identified. You can't match my witty repartee. I could, if you would use some breath spray. I have never seen such clumsy swordplay. You would have, but you were always running away. En Garde! Touche! Oh, that is so cliche. Throughout the Caribbean, my great deeds are celebrated. Too bad they're all fabricated. I can't rest 'til you've been exterminated. Then perhaps you should switch to decaffeinated. I'll leave you devastated, mutilated, and peforated. Your odor alone makes me aggravated, agitated and infuriated. Heaven preseve me! You look like something that's died! The only way you'll be preserved is in formaldehyde. I'll hound you night and day. Then be a good dog. Sit! Stay! Thanks for watching :)
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The Secret of Monkey Island - Cobb the Pirate!
 
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The famous Loom advertisement
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Let's Play The Secret of Monkey Island (Special Edition) - 03 - Ghost Pirate Lechuck & The Circus
 
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The Secret of Monkey Island is an adventure game developed by Lucasfilm Games. The game spawned a number of sequels, collectively known as the Monkey Island series. Released in October 1990, The Secret of Monkey Island is the fifth game to use the SCUMM engine. The game was primarily designed by Ron Gilbert, with Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman. The trio led the development of the sequel Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge. Plot: The game begins on the Caribbean island of Mêlée, where a youth named Guybrush Threepwood wants to be a pirate. He seeks out the Pirate Leaders, who set him three challenges to prove himself a pirate: defeat Carla the island's swordmaster in insult swordfighting, steal a statue from the Governor's mansion, and find buried treasure. Along the way he meets several interesting characters, including Stan the used boat salesman, Meathook (a fellow with hooks on both hands), a prisoner named Otis, the three men of low moral fiber and, most significantly, the gorgeous Governor Elaine Marley. The ghost pirate LeChuck, however, has been in love with Elaine since his living days. While Guybrush is busy, LeChuck's ghost crew abduct her, taking her to Monkey Island. Guybrush gathers a crew (Carla, Meathook, and Otis), buys a boat, and sets out to find the mysterious island and free Elaine. When Guybrush finally reaches Monkey Island, he explores it and discovers a band of cannibals and a strange hermit named Herman Toothrot. After he helps the cannibals recover a lost voodoo ingredient (a magical root), they provide him with a seltzer bottle filled with "voodoo root elixir" that can destroy ghosts. However, when Guybrush goes after LeChuck, he is told that LeChuck went to Mêlée Island to marry Elaine. Guybrush returns to Mêlée and goes to the church to prevent the wedding. When he arrives at the church wedding, he realises that Elaine had her own plan to escape. Guybrush loses the elixir and LeChuck starts beating him, until they arrive at the ship emporium where he finds a bottle of root beer. Substituting the root beer for the lost ghost-fighting elixir, he sprays LeChuck and the ghost pirate is destroyed. With LeChuck defeated, Guybrush and Elaine enjoy a romantic moment, watching fireworks. Development: The Secret of Monkey Island was a project led by Ron Gilbert and designed by Gilbert with Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman. Gilbert originally intended to work on the title in 1988, after his work on Maniac Mansion, but the project was put on hold for the production of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure.[2][3] The game was conceived from Gilbert's interest in pirates, and a desire to avoid traditional fantasy themes.[4][5] In interviews conducted at the time of the game's release, he stated that the Pirates of the Caribbean theme park ride at Disneyland inspired him to create an explorable world populated by swashbuckling pirates.[3] Later, he explained that while the ride informed the game's ambience, inspiration for the characters and voodoo themes came from Tim Powers' 1988 book On Stranger Tides.[4][5] Gilbert developed his ideas through a series of short stories, which he shared with colleagues.[6] One of these stories introduced ghosts, a theme that would become central to the game. Once an initial story draft was written and the budget and schedule were approved, Schafer and Grossman began programming.[3] The pair, who also contributed about two thirds of the dialogue, took three months to put together a rough, working version of the game.[3] The team then used this early version, with place-holder art and no animation, to significantly tweak the game's content and pacing. Some sections of gameplay were removed altogether, and new characters and puzzles were added. Emphasis was put on making the game enjoyable and accessible to all players. The player character cannot die (except if the player encounters a certain easter egg) or trigger a game over and no puzzle ever becomes impossible to solve. Certain objectives are non-linear; for example, Guybrush must defeat a swordmaster, steal a statue, and find buried treasure at the beginning of the game. These three tasks may be accomplished in any order. Art for the game was created by Steve Purcell and Mark Ferrari. The game's soundtrack was primarily composed by Michael Land in MIDI format. Another notable contributor was Orson Scott Card, acclaimed author of Ender's Game, who wrote the insults for the "insult swordfighting" section. As the release date approached, the game was behind schedule, and so members of the development team and other LucasFilm employees were asked to help assemble game boxes for the initial shipment. In an interview at the time, Gilbert was quoted as saying, "I'm glad it's done. It's been two and a half years and a lot of hard work, but a lot of fun, too. We hope everyone has a great time playing it."
Views: 9292 Fuse4Gaming
A Brief History of Piracy
 
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Games featured in this video: 00:45 Pirate Adventure [Apple II Plus] 01:21 Space Invaders [Arcade] 01:31 Booty [Commodore 64] 01:52 Treasure Island [Commodore 64] 02:07 Pirate Ship Higemaru [Arcade] 02:21 Higemaru Makaijima [NES] 02:40 Skull & Crossbones [Arcade] 02:55 Plundered Hearts [Amiga] 03:17 Sid Meier's Pirates! [Amiga] 04:01 Treasure Island Dizzy [Commodore 64] 04:24 The Secret of Monkey Island [PC] 05:52 Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge [PC] 05:59 Uncharted Waters [NES] 06:09 Uncharted Waters: New Horizons [Sega Megadrive] 06:30 Goof Troop [SNES] 06:44 Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest [SNES] 06:58 High Seas Trader [Amiga] 07:14 The Curse of Monkey Island [PC] 07:35 Overboard! [PlayStation] 07:47 Captain Claw [PC] 08:10 Corsairs: Conquest at Sea [PC] 08:30 Cutthroats: Terror on the High Seas [PC] 08:41 Daikoukai Jidai IV: Porto Estado [PlayStation] 09:03 Escape From Monkey Island [PC] 09:37 Skies of Arcadia [GameCube] 10:15 Sea Dogs [PC] 10:40 Age of Sail II [PC] 11:01 The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker [GameCube] 11:21 Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat [PS2] 11:40 Port Royale: Gold, Power and Pirates [PC] 11:50 Tropico 2: Pirate Cove [PC] 12:11 Puzzle Pirates [PC] 12:32 Sid Meier's Pirates! [PC] 12:45 Port Royale 2 [PC] 12:56 Galleon [Xbox] 13:09 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End [Xbox 360] 13:41 Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure [Wii] 14:07 Age of Booty [PC] 14:20 Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty [PS3] 14:32 Pirates of The Burning Sea [PC] 14:52 Age of Pirates 2 [PC] 15:13 Tales of Monkey Island [PC] 15:36 Jolly Rover [PC] 15:57 Lego Pirates of the Caribbean [Xbox 360] 16:12 Port Royale 3: Pirates & Merchants [PS3] 16:29 Borderlands 2 [Xbox 360] 16:41 Risen 2 [Xbox 360] 17:01 Assassin's Creed IV [Xbox One]
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The Secret of Monkey Island (Special Edition) - Three Trials - PART #5
 
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Welcome back to The Secret of Monkey Island! We finally complete the three pirate trials. Click here to make all your dreams come true!! ► http://bit.ly/Sub2Sips Get The Secret of Monkey Island here ► http://store.steampowered.com/app/32360/ SIPS SINGS: THE ALBUM ● http://bit.ly/SipsSings MERCH: ● http://smarturl.it/YogsFantastic OTHER STUFF: ● https://www.youtube.com/c/sipslive ● http://www.twitch.tv/sips_ SOCIAL STUFF: ● http://www.reddit.com/r/sips ● http://twitter.com/Sips_
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Let's Play The Secret of Monkey Island | Ep. 1 -  A Wannabe Pirate
 
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An introduction to Guybrush's desire to become a pirate. Who is that guy on the mountain?! Intro music from http://www.freesoundtrackmusic.com
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Source Filmmaker - Monkey Island Pirate Song
 
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The pirate song from The Curse of Monkey Island made in SFM.
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The Secret of Monkey Island #1 I Want to be a Pirate
 
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The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition is a Re-make / re-imagines / ReMaster of famous classic game (originally released in 1990) with the same title The Secret of Monkey Island. The game create by LucasArts and now brought back for the modern era with an all new re-imagined contemporary art style, a re-mastered musical score, full voiceover, and an in-depth hint system to help players through the game’s side-splitting puzzles. The Secret of Monkey Island is a 1990 point-and-click graphic adventure game that takes place in a fantastic version of the Caribbean during the age of piracy. A youth named Guybrush Threepwood arrives on the fictional Mêlée Island ( Melee Island ), with the desire to become a pirate. He seeks out the island's pirate leaders, who set him three trials that must be completed to become a pirate: winning a sword duel against Carla, the island's resident swordmaster, finding a buried treasure, and stealing a valuable idol from the governor's mansion. On The Way Guybrush heard of the Ghost Pirate LeChuck, who died in an expedition to Monkey Island, an act that was meant to win the love of the governor Elaine Marley. Guybrush meets several characters of interest, including a local voodoo priestess, Stan the Used Boat Salesman, Carla the Sword Master, a prisoner named Otis, and Meathook, whose hands have been replaced by hooks. Guybrush also encounters the governor and is instantly smitten, and she soon reciprocates. However, as he completes the tasks set for him, the island is raided by LeChuck and his undead crew, who abduct Elaine and then retreat to their secret hideout on Monkey Island. Guybrush try to rescue her, buying a ship from stan and hiring Carla, Otis, and Meathook as crew before setting sail for the Monkey island. In Monkey Island, he discovers a village of cannibals in a dispute with Herman Toothrot. This is a let's play / walkthrough for The Secret of Monkey Island, it will cover the game from the start until ending. It will guide you with no commentary to bother you. And with all of dialogue keep and the funny comedy from the game to humor you.
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Let's Play: The Secret of Monkey Island (Part 2) Ask me about Loom
 
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We talk to some grog guzzling pirates about the three things we need to do to become a MIGHTY PIRATE. We also shoot ourselves out of a cannon for money.
Views: 16685 PushingUpRoses
The Secret of Monkey Island Medley  on Concertina
 
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Cult adventure game "The Secret of Monkey Island"' OST Medley Main theme Lookout theme Scumm bar theme Le Chuck's Theme Main theme (reprise) on a second-hand Stagi diatonic concertina (C-G) all by Scampaforche the Mighty Pirate (By request: here is the sheet music I started from https://mega.co.nz/#!hUES3JAQ!cIBbKXN3fNuIk-9Dsa5HtA3i33oeQfnN6D3K49JX_1o )
The Secret of Monkey Island playthrough [Part 1: Guybrush Threepwood, Mighty Pirate]
 
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Subscribe to THD: http://www.youtube.com/thehelldragon - - - We didn't want to give off the impression that we're exclusively Sierra on this channel when it comes to adventure games, so here's one of LucasArts' best! The version of the game we're playing is called The Ultimate Talkie Edition. Classic VGA graphics and Special Edition voices for the win!
Views: 6098 HellfireComms
Secret of Monkey Island pt1-Prison Pals
 
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GoneWrongGaming starts on our pirate journey to be the greatest in the world by visiting melee island.
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Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 5 - Rise of the Pirate God
 
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Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 5 - Rise of the Pirate God
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The Secret of Monkey Island - Mighty Pirate + Bad Voice Acting
 
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Let's Play Secret of Monkey Island SE 01: To be a Pirate
 
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It's a long road, getting from a nobody with no prospects and a silly name to becoming a fearsome pirate... with a silly name. Who knows, maybe we'll achieve neither of these things as we start one of the point and click adventure game classics. Also, we have a silly name. Did I mention that?
Views: 16864 Kikoskia
"The Curse of Monkey Island" (1997) Song: "A Pirate I Was Meant To Be" - PC
 
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Click to skip directly to the song at 2:43. Recorded using Camtasia Recorder 8.0.2. Played using ScummVM 1.5.0. An entertaining interactive song during the game-play of the third installment of the Monkey Island series, The Curse of Monkey Island (1997). Title: "A Pirate I Was Meant To Be" Performed by: Guybrush Threepwood (Dominic Armato), Haggis McMutton (Alan Young), Edward Van Helgen (Michael Sorich), Cutthroat Bill (Gregg Berger) Lyrics ===== Haggis: We're a band of vicious pirates! Edward: A-sailin' out to sea. Bill: When you hear our gentle singing... Haggis: You'll be sure to turn and flee! Guybrush: Oh, this is just ridiculous. Guybrush: Come on, men! We've got to recover that map! Bill: That pirate will be done for, when he falls into our trap! Bill: We're a club of tuneful rovers! Haggis: We can sing in every clef! Edward: We can even hit the high notes! Haggis: It's just too bad we're tone deaf! Crew: A pirate I was meant to be! Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: Let's go defeat that evil pirate! Edward: We know he's sure to lose, 'cause we know just where to fire at! Edward: We're thieving balladeers. Haggis: A gang of cutthroat mugs. Bill: To fight us off ye don't need guns! Edward: Just jolly good ear plugs! Crew: A pirate I was meant to be! Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: All right, crew, let's get to work! Haggis: Our vocation is a thing we love, a thing we'd never shirk. Haggis: We'll fight you in the harbor. Bill: We'll battle you on land. Edward: But when you meet singing pirates... Guybrush: They'll be more than you can stand. Bill: Ooooh! That was a good one! Guybrush: No, it wasn't. Guybrush: No time for song! We've got to move! Bill: The battle will be long, but our courage we will prove! Bill: We're a pack a' scurvy sea-dogs. Haggis: Have we pity? Not a dram! Edward: We all eat roasted garlic... Haggis: ...then sing from the diaphragm! Crew: A pirate I was meant to be! Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: Less singing, more sailing. Edward: When we defeat our wicked foe, his ship he will be bailing! Bill: If ye try ta fight us... Haggis: You will get a nasty whackin'! Edward: If ya disrespect our singing'... Bill: We will feed ya to a kraken! Crew: A pirate I was meant to be! Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: I'm getting so sick of you guys and your rhyming. Haggis: We're ready to set sail, through the cannons need a-priming. Edward: We're troublesome corsairs! Bill: And we've come to steal your treasures! Haggis: We would shoot you on the downbeat... Edward: But we have to rest five measures. Crew: A pirate I was meant to be! Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: Stop! Stop! Stop! Bill: The brass is what we'll polish and the deck is what we'll mop. Guybrush: You say you're nasty pirates... ...scheming, thieving, bad bushwhackers? From what I've seen I tell you... ...you're not pirates! You're just slackers! Crew: A pirate I was meant to be! Trim the sails and roam the sea! Guybrush: We'll surely avoid scurvy if we all eat an orange. Haggis: And... um... Bill: Well... Edward: ...err... Bill: Door hinge? Edward: No, no... Bill: Guess the song's over, then. Haggis: Guess so. Edward: Okay, back to work. Guybrush: Well gee. I feel a little guilty, now.
Views: 19409 David O'Neill
Monkey Island - I Wanna be a Pirate!
 
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A Music Video to the fans of one of the greatest adventure game series for pc: Monkey Island. This video was made up with the key scenes of each one of the games in order to sum up the series story of those memorable characthers: Guybrush Threepwood, Elaine Marley, Le Chuck, Herman Toothrot. Game names: -Secret of Monkey Island -Le Chuck's Revenge -Curse of Monkey Island -Escape From Monkey Island -Tales of Monkey Island -Mago de Oz - Van a Rodar Cabezas Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/HS52/
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Secret of Monkey Island - Nostalgia Time Amiga
 
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Yes, it's still the weekend! ;o)) My first time playing so be kind! :o)) ...It's a combination of 'Chillout Time' and 'Nostalgia Time' this weekend with a subscriber request of 'The secret of Monkey Island' played on the Commodore Amiga 1200 using WHDLoad. (There will still be a Nostalgia Time this coming Tuesday) The secret of Monkey Island has been requested by 'AmiMaster Online'. It is his favourite game on the Amiga. Subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSlMemxuBOFu6Rz_Al02nHQ?sub_confirmation=1 Chillout Time Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTfPIrcIusfmZ7Z69wAxN7pECJN4popq9 Nostalgia Time Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTfPIrcIusflWiQpcDbEcAt1Yc6Yw3zVv Amiga computing Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTfPIrcIusflb3Giog5xbDT74GYc7tTso www.amigaremix.com About 'Secret of monkey Island' quoted from Wikipedia: The Secret of Monkey Island is a 1990 point-and-click graphic adventure game developed and published by Lucasfilm Games. It takes place in a fantastic version of the Caribbean during the age of piracy. The player assumes the role of Guybrush Threepwood, a young man who dreams of becoming a pirate and explores fictional islands while solving puzzles. Critics praised The Secret of Monkey Island for its humor, audiovisuals, and gameplay. The game spawned a number of sequels, collectively known as the Monkey Island series. Gilbert, Schafer and Grossman also led the development of the sequel Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge.[5] LucasArts released a remake of the original in 2009, which was also well received by the gaming press. he Secret of Monkey Island is a 2D adventure game played from a third-person perspective. Via a point-and-click interface, the player guides protagonist Guybrush Threepwood through the game's world and interacts with the environment by selecting from twelve verb commands (nine in newer versions) such as "talk to" for communicating with characters and "pick up" for collecting items between commands and the world's objects in order to successfully solve puzzles and thus progress in the game.[6] While conversing with other characters, the player may choose between topics for discussion that are listed in a dialog tree; the game is one of the first to incorporate such a system.[7] The in-game action is frequently interrupted by cutscenes.[8] Like other LucasArts adventure games, The Secret of Monkey Island features a design philosophy that makes the player character's death nearly impossible (Guybrush does drown if he stays underwater for more than ten minutes). A youth named Guybrush Threepwood arrives on the fictional Mêlée IslandTM, with the desire to become a pirate. He seeks out the island's pirate leaders, who set him three trials that must be completed to become a pirate: winning a sword duel against Carla, the island's resident swordmaster, finding a buried treasure, and stealing a valuable idol from the governor's mansion.[10] These quests take Guybrush throughout the island, where he hears of stories of the Ghost Pirate LeChuck, who apparently died in an expedition to the mysterious Monkey IslandTM, an act that was meant to win the love of the governor Elaine Marley.[10] Guybrush meets several characters of interest, including a local voodoo priestess, Stan the Used Boat Salesman, Carla the Sword Master, a prisoner named Otis, and Meathook, whose hands have been replaced by hooks. Guybrush also encounters the governor and is instantly smitten, and she soon reciprocates. However, as he completes the tasks set for him, the island is raided by LeChuck and his undead crew, who abduct Elaine and then retreat to their secret hideout on Monkey IslandTM.[10] Guybrush takes it upon himself to rescue her, buying a ship and hiring Carla, Otis, and Meathook as crew before setting sail for the fabled island. When Guybrush reaches Monkey Island, he discovers a village of cannibals in a dispute with Herman Toothrot, a ragged castaway marooned there. He settles their quarrel, and then recovers a magical "voodoo root" from LeChuck's ship for the cannibals, who provide him with a seltzer bottle of "voodoo root elixir" that can destroy ghosts.[10] When Guybrush returns to LeChuck's ship with the elixir, he learns that LeChuck has returned to Mêlée IslandTM to marry Elaine at the church. He promptly returns to Mêlée IslandTM and gatecrashes the wedding, only to ruin Elaine's own plan for escape; in the process he loses the elixir.[10] Now confronted with a furious LeChuck, Guybrush is savagely beaten by the ghost pirate in a fight ranging across the island. The fight eventually arrives at the island's ship emporium, where Guybrush finds a bottle of root beer. Substituting the beverage for the lost elixir, he sprays LeChuck, destroying the ghost pirate. With LeChuck defeated, Guybrush and Elaine enjoy a romantic moment, watching fireworks caused by LeChuck exploding.
Views: 1543 MsMadLemon
Monkey Island and Pirates of the Caribbean Similarities
 
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These are just a few things which are similar, there are many more. I know they were both inspired by the ride at Disneyland.
Views: 38336 Elise watt
Monkey Island scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean
 
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Watch as Guybrush Threepwood shows his skills in thievery and insult-swordfighting, Governor Elaine Marely attends a Scumm Bar brawl, Lechuck and his crew terrorize said Governor and more. Edited by Jonathan Williams Footage from Walt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean films Mega Monkey Remix by AmiGamer
Views: 91908 Jonathan Williams
Let's Play: The Secret of Monkey Island™ P1 HD - Pirates, Voodoo, Adventures!
 
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Let's play The Secret of Monkey Island part one. As we begin our adventures we are led to the local bar in order to begin our journey to become a mighty pirate. And, as these things go, we are told we must perform three quests before we can become great. So off we tread in search of our first victory over the tri-als. Find me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/4KbShort Follow me on FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/4KbShort Watch me on Twitch.tv: http://www.twitch.tv/4KbShort I'm on Steam: 4KbShort Outtro music by: http://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe
Views: 380 4KbShort
Pirates of the caribbean, Monkey island - organ
 
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A few themes from the movies, composed by Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer, and also themes from the epic serie Monkey Island, composed by Michael Land! Actually, the movies and games have a lot of similarities, so I thought it could be nice so combine them in this medley.
Views: 33081 Helena Holmlund
The curse of Monkey Island - Complete Soundtrack
 
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Music from the video game The curse of Monkey Island from 1997, by LucasArts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Musique du jeu vidéo The curse of Monkey Island de 1997, par LucasArts To find a lot of discount video games : https://www.g2a.com/r/tantris Tracks : 00:00 - Introduction & Main Titles 02:56 - Chapter 1 - The Demise of the Zombie Pirate LeChuck 03:08 - LeChuck's Hold 05:24 - Bloodnose the Pirate 07:41 - Wally Crying 10:08 - Firing the Cannon 11:41 - Murray's Introduction 13:55 - LeChuck's Treasure Hold 14:58 - Chapter 2 - The Curse Gets Worse 15:10 - Voodoo Swamp 16:24 - Voodoo and Things 17:35 - Mocking the Voodoo Lady & Voodoo Jazz 19:46 - Jazzy Voodoo in the Swamp 21:21 - Elaine Is Stolen 21:52 - The Fort 23:14 - Plunder Island Map 24:40 - Puerto Pollo 26:03 - The Barbery Coast 28:12 - Edward Van Helgen 30:20 - Cutthroat Bill 32:27 - Haggis McMutton 34:33 - Captain Rottingham 36:40 - In the Belly of the Snake 38:43 - Shaving Rottingham's Head 39:17 - Quicksand & Papapishu 40:34 - Blondebeard's Chicken Parlor 42:01 - Choose Your Weapon 42:18 - On the Hill 43:44 - The Caber Tossing 44:01 - Rubber Caber Tossing 44:29 - At the Cabana 45:37 - Cabana Boy 47:49 - The Brimstone Beach Club 50:02 - Danjer Cove 51:27 - Using the Row Boat 52:08 - Boarding the Sea Cucumber 53:24 - Monkeys of the Sea Cucumber 54:37 - Mr. Fossie 55:39 - Guybrush Shares Too Much 56:26 - Speares - A Theater-Medley 57:58 - Slappy Cromwell Juggling 59:00 - Monkeyed Lightshow 1:00:32 - Sea Cucumber 1:01:36 - The Barbery Coast - Remix 1:02:57 - Dominic Armato Demo Tape (Bonus) 1:06:10 - Chapter 3 - Three Sheets to the Wind 1:06:22 - On Deck of Guybrush's Ship 1:07:13 - Boarded by Captain Rottingham 1:10:03 - A Pirate I Was Meant to Be 1:14:33 - The Combat Map 1:15:30 - The Sea Battles 1:16:52 - Swordfighting 1:17:44 - More Swordfighting 1:18:36 - Even More Swordfighting 1:19:22 - And Yet Some More Swordfighting 1:20:10 - Winning a Sword Fight 1:20:29 - Mocking the Voodoo Lady & Voodoo Jazz 1:22:40 - The Weaponary Shop 1:24:05 - Fighting Rottingham 1:24:57 - Recovering the Map 1:25:16 - To Blood Island 1:25:37 - Chapter 4 - Thieves, Bartender, His Aunt & Her Lover 1:25:49 - The Wreck of the Sea Cucumber 1:26:41 - Blood Island Map 1:30:02 - Goodsoup Hotel Exteriors 1:31:22 - The Goodsoup Family Hotel 1:33:06 - Upstairs at the Hotel 1:34:59 - Griswald Goodsoup 1:36:46 - Spare Room 1:38:40 - Blood Island Beach 1:42:05 - The Windmill 1:45:23 - Passing Out 1:46:07 - End Credits (Hey, I'm not Dead) 1:46:43 - Stan Returns 1:47:32 - The Cemetery 1:49:35 - Meeting Lemonhead 1:51:24 - In the Volcano 1:53:00 - Human-Like Sacrifice 1:53:32 - Goodsoup Family Crypt 1:55:19 - Scaring Mort, The Grave Digger 1:55:53 - Boarding the Sea Cucumber 1:57:09 - The Undead Lovers 1:58:37 - The Clearing 1:59:51 - Arriving at Skull Island 2:00:04 - Skull Island 2:01:00 - Falling Off the Cliff 2:01:35 - The Smugglers' Cave 2:03:07 - Fighting the Smugglers 2:03:38 - Chapter 5 - Kiss of the Spider Monkey 2:03:50 - Time Out, Young Man 2:04:01 - LeChuck's Evil Stories 2:05:16 - Maturity in 23 Seconds 2:05:41 - Chapter 6 - Guybrush Kicks Butt Once Again 2:05:52 - Rollercoaster of Death 2:12:17 - End Credits
Views: 553294 TantrisOST
The Secret of Monkey Island - Episode 1: I Wanna Be A Pirate!
 
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In this episode, we meet many dumb pirates, accept PTA meetings for gold and express our desire to be a MIGHTY PIRATE! The Secret of Monkey Island™: Special Edition faithfully re-imagines the internationally-acclaimed classic game (originally released in 1990) for original and new audiences alike. The development team at LucasArts is bringing the game into the modern era with an all new re-imagined contemporary art style, a re-mastered musical score, full voiceover, and an in-depth hint system to help players through the game’s side-splitting puzzles. Purists will also delight in the ability to seamlessly switch between the updated hand-drawn re-imagining and the original classic version. The game's twisty plot leads our naive hero on a hilarious, swash-buckling search for the fabled secret of Monkey Island. Tales of pirate wealth lure him to the port of Mêlée with high hopes, no money, and insatiable curiosity. If clever enough, he will win the confidence of Mêlée's pirates and find himself blown by the winds of fate toward the terrifying and legendary Monkey Island -- an adventure that would chill the bones of even the most bloodthirsty buccaneer. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DeludedGamingOn?ref=bookmarks Twitch - http://www.twitch.tv/deluded_gaming/profile Twitter - https://twitter.com/Deluded_Gaming
Views: 194 Binary Wolf
The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition - E3 2009: The Pirate LeChuck [ HD ]
 
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The ghost pirate LeChuck confers with a member of his crew.
The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition. Complete Playthrough Co-op Commentary. (Part 1 of 3)
 
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(Part1 of 3) Pugman & Chippants take a trip down memory lane playing the remake of an absolute all time classic point and click adventure Monkey Island for Pugmanplays 1 year Anniversary Special. All Chippants wants, is to be a Pirate! ARGGHhh! Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aND_2jMsWUs Part 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLlDZsjlvnc Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_fub8CTyFI&list=PLFEYISp1Rh576axbsZ3PRu1ICv6o6wj8y Thank you all for your support over the year!! Pugman & Chippants Monkey Island is a graphic adventure games by Ron GIlbert, Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman, released in 1990. The first four games in the series were produced and published by LucasArts, formerly known as Lucasfilm Games. The games follow the misadventures of Guybrush Threepwood as he struggles to become the most notorious pirate in the Caribbean, defeat the plans of the evil undead pirate LeChuck and win the heart of governess Elaine Marley. For Best Quality: WATCH IN HD 720 and set the view size to "Theater Mode". Then maximize your browser window in top right corner. NOT the "full screen" button within the player. This gives you the true resolution the video was uploaded at and not stretched. Website ► https://pugmanplays.com Twitter ► https://twitter.com/pugmanplays Facebook ►https://www.facebook.com/pugman.plays Please Subscribe, Share, Like and Comment. Your Support is appreciated. All trademarks and copyrights belong to their respective owners. All videos fall under the fair use policy of copyright.
Views: 3095 PugmanPlays
[iPhone-Game] The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
 
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Pirates! Adventure! Monkeys! Re-live the hilarious swashbuckling misadventures of the wannabe pirate Guybrush Threepwood as he attempts to become the most infamous pirate in the Caribbean!
Views: 33267 iphoneblog
Monkey Island 2 Trailer -- Shot-by-shot Breakdown
 
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Comparison between the film shots and the game. See the trailer on its own here: https://vimeo.com/111889941 Edited by: Jonathan Williams On-screen cast: Guybrush Threepwood: Orlando Bloom, Matthew Modine Elaine Marley: Genna Davis Zombie Pirate LeChuck: Ian McShane Voodoo Lady: Naomie Harris Governor Phatt: Richard Griffiths Largo LeGrande: Gabriel Byrne Captain Kate Capsize: Keira Knightley Fred the Wheel Dealer: Patrick Malahide Captain Dread: Johnny Depp Rum Rogers Jr: Kevin McNally Costumer: Alex Norton Voice Cast: Guybrush Threepwood: Dominic Armato Voodoo Lady: Leilani Jones Wilmore LeChuck: Earl Boen Governor Phatt: Roger Jackson Largo LeGrande: James Arnold Taylor Elaine Marley: Alexandra Boyd Costumer: Jarion Monroe Stan the Salesman: Patrick Pinney Footage: Pirates of the Caribbean Pirates of the Caribbean 2 Pirates of the Caribbean 3 Pirates of the Caribbean 4 Cutthroat Island The Swiss Family Robinson Shipwrecked The Pink Panther Zombieland Music: Two Steps from Hell - "Professor Pumplestickle" Two Steps from Hell - "Levitating Lilimongers" Visual Effects created in After Effects
Views: 4410 Jonathan Williams
Monkey Island - All LeChuck Theme
 
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All versions of the music theme of the Poxed Golem Demon Zombie Ghost Pirate most famous of all time, Captain LeChuck. After hear this, you'll be whistling it all week. 00:00:00 The Secret of Monkey Island (1990) 00:01:59 The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition (2009) 00:05:55 MI2: LeChuck's Revenge (1991) 00:08:02 MI2: LeChuck's Revenge Special Edition (2010) 00:11:43 The Curse of Monkey Island (1997) 00:17:53 Escape from Monkey Island (2000) 00:19:43 Tales of Monkey Island (2009)
Views: 151 Jedediah Bishop
History of LeChuck
 
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LeChuck through the ages. CONTAINS SPOILERS!!!!! Watch at own risk!!!! I used Chapter 5 voodoo LeChuck, because the PC version of Chapter 1 with Earl's voice isn't out yet. Only the Mac version is out. I do not own the rights of the games. The Secret of Monkey Island/The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition, owned by LucasArts The Secret of Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge, owned by LucasArts Curse of Monkey Island, owned by LucasArts Escape From Monkey Island, owned by LucasArts Tales of Monkey Island, owned by LucasArts and created by TellTale Games Characters created by Ron Gilbert LeChuck voiced by the great Earl Boen (except Human LeChuck).
Views: 19571 Cobra Commander
The Secret Of Monkey Island (Special Edition) - Becoming a Pirate - Part 1
 
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Part 1 of my playthrough of monkey island special edition
Views: 9 Kane Ramirez
Let's Play Secret of Monkey Island SE Part 4: Stopping a Pirate Can Be Dangerous to Yer Health
 
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1We put our training to use fight the fearsome pirates of Melee Island
Views: 222 boardgamergirl
The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition Gameplay: Guybrush the Pirate
 
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Here is a small snippet from the upcoming remake of the old Lucasarts classic 'Secret of Monkey Island'. Enjoy!
Views: 202 Macklebeth